At last, the long proposed minimum wage increase will soon come to fruition. According to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Ontario will increase its provincial minimum wage to $15 per hour by January 1, 2019. Although it’s not set to happen for quite a while, the good news, it seems, is that after that it’s implemented, it will increase every year with inflation, and rightfully so. The … Continue reading Ontario Announces Move To Finally Raise Minimum Wage (DETAILS)
Many young adults in Ontario find it difficult to pursue a post-secondary education given the financial strain associated with attending college or university. Now, however, it seems as though students may not have to worry any longer. The Ontario Student Assistance Program has announced a new program boasting free tuition for upwards of 210,000 students. A press release from the provincial government reads: “Removing the financial barriers to higher learning … Continue reading Ontario Students Now Eligible For Free Tuition Following Major OSAP Revamp (DETAILS)
Premier Dwight Ball had a difficult time spitting out the difficult news Wednesday morning that his government is axing nearly 300 civil service jobs in his province of Newfoundland & Labrador. Ball was elected to his position as Premier in 2015, based on a platform which promised no job cuts. This perhaps was unattainable from the beginning, however, as the province was grabbling with a … Continue reading Hundreds Of Civil Service Jobs Axed In Eastern Canada As Liberal Premier Falls Short On Campaign Promises (DETAILS)
Hydro prices across the country have recently skyrocketed, leaving many many unable to keep a roof over their families’ heads. Meanwhile, our Prime Minister accepts lavish gifts from fellow world leaders in the form of island vacations, and sees no problem jetting off across the world on a whim while Canadians continue to suffer. As part of his cross-country tour, Prime Minister Trudeau stopped in … Continue reading Trudeau Confronted By Canadians Drowning In Rising Hydro Costs: ‘I Am Living In Energy Poverty’ (VIDEO)
Justin Trudeau, in a fairly shocking 2017 revelation, shuffled, removed and added members to his Cabinet. We don’t want to bore you with a whole load of commentary, so here’s the slimmed down version of what has changed. So who has moved, who has been added and who is updating their resume as we speak? Minister of Democratic Institutions: Initial Minister – Maryam Monsef … Continue reading New Year Purge: Trudeau Shuffles and Hacks Ministers (DETAILS)
At a time where major media attention has been primarily focused on the impending train wreck to our South, Canada suffers a tragedy. Yesterday, at 2:05 P.M., Abbotsford Police received a call about a “man with a weapon“ (assault in progress) within Abbotsford Senior Secondary School in British Columbia. What happened next is nothing short of a nightmare.